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The Hartford CourantState of the State February 3, 2010 By Governor M. Jodi Rell Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Williams, members and guests: We gather today to mark the opening of the 2010 legislative session and we do so at a time of continued challenge, continued...
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The Hartford CourantThe University of Connecticut Health Center was not chosen to receive a $100 million federal grant contained within last year's health care reform bill. Instead, the money will go to Ohio State University, the Health Resources and Services Administration...
Omar Thornton almost slept through his 6 a.m. wakeup call Tuesday, springing to life only after the teenage brother of his girlfriend nudged him awake. The 34-year-old kissed his girlfriend Kristi Hannah goodbye, told her he loved her, and then left...
Gebrah Noonan, an Army private who died Thursday in Iraq, loved good literature and Michael Jackson and had a sense of humor sharp enough to get him voted class clown at Watertown High School. Noonan, 26, died Thursday in a non-combat incident in...
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The Enfield man who police say veered across I-91 Thursday, striking a state police car and killing Trooper Kenneth Hall, is in police custody in Massachusetts. Michael Pajak, 32, is still being treated at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, but...
The Hartford CourantAs the five-year anniversary of the Aug. 28, 2005, kiling of a Mansfield woman approaches, state police are reminding the public of a reward offered for information in the case. Gov. M. Jodi Rell in 2008 approved a $50,000 reward for information that...
The Hartford CourantWilliam Petit Jr., the lone survivor of the 2007 Cheshire home invasion, urged lawmakers Wednesday to make changes to Connecticut's death penalty that would stop unnecessary delays in the death penalty process. He also said that victims should have the...
Stephen M. Smith decided to undergo throat surgery to remove a spot on his esophagus — a spot that he feared could become cancerous. As he walked into St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford on July 3, 2008, Smith and his wife, Benay,...
The Hartford CourantDomestic violence victims terrified that their tormentors will ignore protective orders and attack them again will get some security through a new state program using GPS monitors to track the movement of high-risk offenders. The $140,000 pilot program,...
Gov. M. Jodi Rell on Monday signed a domestic violence reform bill that she said would help prevent abuse and assist victims by "strengthening numerous programs in criminal justice, social services and education." Using $140,000 in federal stimulus...
The Hartford CourantFor nearly eight years, investigators and the family of Suzanne Jovin have held out hope that DNA from scrapings found under a fingernail on her left hand would lead to the killer of the 21-year-old Yale student. But that hope is now gone:...
All his life, Mark DeLuzio has rooted for the Boston Red Sox, even though his son Steven rooted for the New York Yankees. But on Monday, Mark DeLuzio rooted hard for the Yankees to win one for Sgt. Steven DeLuzio, who was killed Sunday when insurgents...
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